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Bugcheck 9F / Win11 Enterprise with BE200

cnick6
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Using the latest WiFi driver 23.20 and after booting up, the adapter wasn't detecting any WiFi hotspots at work and when I clicked to enter the Windows networking UI that's when the crash happened.

I  can't investigate any further without driver symbols.  If you'd like a copy of the 2GB DMP file then let me know and I can post a Dropbox link.

I've attached the windbg crash analysis and my system details.  I was using a AX211 card and just recently upgraded to the BE200.  The BE200 card is working fine for the most part.  This was an odd timing issue, me thinks.

 

-Nick

 

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* Bugcheck Analysis *
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DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE (9f)
A driver has failed to complete a power IRP within a specific time.
Arguments:
Arg1: 0000000000000003, A device object has been blocking an IRP for too long a time
Arg2: ffffcc81fccea060, Physical Device Object of the stack
Arg3: ffffc9851c537738, nt!TRIAGE_9F_POWER on Win7 and higher, otherwise the Functional Device Object of the stack
Arg4: ffffcc81f921c290, The blocked IRP

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JayB_Intel
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Hello cnick6,


Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.


Please be advised that since this is an OEM (Branded Laptop) original equipment manufacturer device, please take into consideration that our support may be limited since we are not familiar with the technology, settings, customizations, custom drivers, and features that the OEM has designed and installed your system.


We are unable to confirm whether the Intel® Wi-Fi 7 BE200 is 100% compatible with your system. There is a possibility that the physical Wi-Fi antenna is not calibrated for the Wi-Fi 7 card causing your system not able to detect any hotspot/wireless networks. You might also consider making sure that the physical Wi-Fi antenna is properly connected to its designated terminals. However, we would like to conduct further investigation regarding the Intel® Wi-Fi 7 BE200.


After reviewing the submitted system scan(SSU), it appears that the BE200 is not detected as installed. When the BE200 is installed in your system, is it being detected inside Device Manager?


In addition, please collect the logs from Windows system event and share it with us here so we could look into your case further for a solution:


  1. In Windows search, search for "event" and select "Event Viewer"
  2. In the left pane, expand "Windows logs"
  3. Right click on "System" and select "Clear Log..."
  4. Expand “Applications and Service Logs” -> “Microsoft” -> “Windows” -> “WLANAutoConfig” 
  5. Right click on “Operational” and select “Clear Log…”
  6. Reproduce issue.
  7. Reference above steps (instead of Clear Log… choose Save All Events as…) to save the system event and WLAN-AutoConfig logs in .evtx format.



Best regards,


Jay B.


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cnick6
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Hi Jay,

 

Okay a couple of key points you missed.  The crash occurred within a few minutes after logging into the laptop.  I had no time to do much of anything.  I noticed I wasn't connected to wireless and then clicked on the systray icon.  The hotspot picker was empty and that's when it crashed.   

 

I noticed the Intel SSU didn't pick up the BE200 as well.  I didn't mention it specifically but figured you'd know better than I do about that application.

 

The device works 100% fine with Win11.  Yes, the antennas are 6E-rated only, but I'm not using any Wi-Fi 7 hotspots nor do I plan to any time soon.  Device Manager loads the 23.20 driver just fine -- obviously -- or it wouldn't have crashed.  The BE200 has been working 100% since the crash occurred.  I haven't been able to reproduce it.   There could be some minor BIOS incompatibility but I don't think that's the case here.  I purchased the BE200 card from Amazon.  Is it possible the card is not genuine?  Is there a way to tell? 

 

I don't have the laptop with me so I'll run a couple of other utilities to see if the BE200 card is detected.   HWInfo is my favorite for specs such as that.  

 

Let me know if you want a copy of the crashdump.  

 

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cnick6
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Jay, the Intel SSU application is at fault.  For some reason, it doesn't detect the Alder Lake chipset and thus your application cannot see the Wi-Fi NIC.  I guess you haven't tested the SSU with this particular laptop.  

 

I've attached the HWINFO log and as you can see it's definitely supported and working as intended:

 


Intel Wi-Fi 7 BE200 320MHz ------------------------------------------------

[General Information]
Device Name: Intel Wi-Fi 7 BE200 320MHz
Original Device Name: Intel Wi-Fi 6/6E/7 AX221/AX230 160MHz/320MHz (Garfield Peak)
Device Class: Other Network Adapter
Revision ID: 1A
PCI Address (Bus:Device:Function) Number: 45:0:0
PCI Latency Timer: 0
Hardware ID: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_272B&SUBSYS_00F48086&REV_1A
[PCI Express]
Version: 4.0
Maximum Link Width: x1
Current Link Width: x1
Maximum Link Speed: 16.0 GT/s
Current Link Speed: 8.0 GT/s
Device/Port Type: PCI Express Endpoint
Slot Implemented: No
Emergency Power Reduction: Not Supported
Active State Power Management (ASPM) Support: L1
Active State Power Management (ASPM) Status: L1 Entry
L0s Exit Latency: 2 - 4 us
L1 Exit Latency: 32 - 64 us
Maximum Payload Size Supported: 128 bytes
Maximum Payload Size: 128 bytes
Resizable BAR Support: Not Supported
[System Resources]
Interrupt Line: N/A
Interrupt Pin: INTA#
Memory Base Address 0 AE2FC000
[Features]
Bus Mastering: Enabled
Running At 66 MHz: Not Capable
Fast Back-to-Back Transactions: Not Capable
[Driver Information]
Driver Manufacturer: Intel Corporation
Driver Description: Intel(R) Wi-Fi 7 BE200 320MHz
Driver Provider: Intel
Driver Version: 23.20.0.4
Driver Date: 28-Nov-2023
DeviceInstanceId PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_272B&SUBSYS_00F48086&REV_1A\4&3261BCA&0&00E5
Location Paths PCIROOT(0)#PCI(1C05)#PCI(0000)

 

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佑綺_Mayu
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I'm curious about this tbh, SSU is just like system information/msinfo32 so it should gather everything unless you have a modified BIOS. This is out my curiosity but could you send the SSU and the System Information? 

 

I'd like to actually see how that looks like since HWinfo Normally gathers everything despite a modified BIOS 

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JayB_Intel
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Hello cnick6,


Thank you for clarifying. At this rate, we would like to request for the crashdump as we will proceed with analyzing and investigating what happened after the integration of the BE200 into your system. We will also look into why SSU is not picking up the BE200, while HWInfo does.


Also, may we request for photos(all angles) of the box/packaging when you bought the Wi-Fi 7 BE200? This is for us to check the genuity of the product.


Best regards,


Jay B.


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cnick6
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Sure Jay, I'll send a link later tonight to the crashdump file.  No can do on the box -- it was recycled.  It wasn't much of anything except a small generic cardboard box.  It didn't look like anything 'official' Intel.  Here's a link to the exact purchase on Amazon:  

 

https://a.co/d/dJCzgsd

 

You'll note the pictures are obscured in a couple of places -- one being the Intel logo.  I did confirm the Intel logo was present on the back of the BE200 I received -- but no way to tell if it's genuine. 

 

PS.   Regarding the SSU, one thing that's confusing:  if I go into the 'about' page on the utility it shows version 2.5.0 from 2016 -- but download link says 3.0.0.2 or something like that.  I reinstalled it from the download page again and the version installed still shows 2.5.0 -- which seems strange.  Could there be a version mismatch on your download page?

 

Cheers!

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JayB_Intel
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Hello cnick6,


Thank you for the response. No worries, kindly update this thread with the requested dump files so that we can proceed with our investigation of your case. We appreciate you sharing with us the purchase link from Amazon. We will see if we can do something about validating its genuity. Regarding the Intel SSU, please be advise that version 2.5.0.0 shown in "About Intel® SSU" is a known issue as per its release notes here: https://downloadmirror.intel.com/25293/releasenotes_3.0.0.2.txt. This will addressed in later release.



Best regards,

Jay B.


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cnick6
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Jay, here's the crashdump download link.  It's 434MB zipped and just over 2GB uncompressed:

https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/dbr6qqz24ctthymxdqafo/BE200-DMP.zip?rlkey=nqzh5ji8fy5qk7g6c6hp16zi2&raw=1

 

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佑綺_Mayu
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I was reading the dump file you provided to them, for some actual reason the wireless card is the one causing it. 

0x9F_3_Netwaw14_IMAGE_pci.sys

 

Since you are using a laptop by any chance did you consult Lenovo first about the installation prior the integration? I know laptop mobos have a whitelist for wireless cards and has to be listed for it to fully function.  Another side of the coin I can see here is that the IEEE 802.11be wireless protocol/standard may not be accepted by the motherboard since it could that the mobo only knows the 802.11ax   wireless protocol/standard so there could be that part too since the BE200 has the 802.11be( Yes I know the BE200 has all protocols but again this could be a small factor) 

 

In terms of system compatibility, I have no doubt this could be used by most systems since this does not have a CNVIo so there's no limitation in terms of socket and support.

 

Also, how did the dump file get so big omg, but eh don't it mind haha

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佑綺_Mayu
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Yes the card can function but not at full power and the mobo of the laptop maybe realized it late then suddenly rejected it. 

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cnick6
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Mayu, sorry, you're on the wrong track here.  Yes -- the driver at fault is \Driver\Netwaw14 which is the Intel BE200 driver that's currently loaded.  This is a fairly common driver problem that is likely a timing issue in the driver code; but it's very difficult to guess without valid driver symbols.  As you can see from the last command, the IRP is trying to Set D0 power state (and for some reason) it didn't complete in time and thus the 9F occurred.  It is possible (albeit rare) that another driver could be indirectly interfering with the BE200 driver and causing the issue.  It's highly unlikely this is an incompatibility problem with the hardware.  

 

The crashdump is this large because I have 40GB of RAM in my laptop and the OS (Win11 Enterprise) performs a partial kernel dump if there's a BSOD.

 

11: kd> dt nt!_TRIAGE_9F_POWER ffffc9851c537738
   +0x000 Signature        : 0x8000
   +0x002 Revision         : 2
   +0x008 IrpList          : 0xfffff803`5383d130 _LIST_ENTRY [ 0xffffcc81`ffc49208 - 0xffffcc82`0fb03450 ]
   +0x010 ThreadList       : 0xfffff803`5383a080 _LIST_ENTRY [ 0xffffc985`1c417ac8 - 0xffffc985`1c41fac8 ]
   +0x018 DelayedWorkQueue : 0xffffcc81`ecac7bb0 _TRIAGE_EX_WORK_QUEUE
   +0x020 DelayedIoWorkQueue : 0xffffcc81`ecb1fbb0 _TRIAGE_EX_WORK_QUEUE
 
11: kd> !irp ffffcc81f921c290
Irp is active with 9 stacks 8 is current (= 0xffffcc81f921c558)
 No Mdl: No System Buffer: Thread 00000000:  Irp stack trace.  Pending has been returned
     cmd  flg cl Device   File     Completion-Context
 [N/A(0), N/A(0)]
            0  0 00000000 00000000 00000000-00000000    
 
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
 [N/A(0), N/A(0)]
            0  0 00000000 00000000 00000000-00000000    
 
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
 [N/A(0), N/A(0)]
            0  0 00000000 00000000 00000000-00000000    
 
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
 [N/A(0), N/A(0)]
            0  0 00000000 00000000 00000000-00000000    
 
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
 [N/A(0), N/A(0)]
            0  0 00000000 00000000 00000000-00000000    
 
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
 [N/A(0), N/A(0)]
            0  0 00000000 00000000 00000000-00000000    
 
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
 [IRP_MJ_POWER(16), IRP_MN_WAIT_WAKE(0)]
            0  0 ffffcc81fccea060 00000000 00000000-00000000    
       \Driver\pci
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000002
>[IRP_MJ_POWER(16), IRP_MN_SET_POWER(2)]
            0 e1 ffffcc81f9c72de0 00000000 fffff80352f2d130-ffffcc81ffc49208 Success Error Cancel pending
      Unable to load image \SystemRoot\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\netwtw6e.inf_amd64_676bed065e3f9992\Netwaw14.sys, Win32 error 0n2
 \Driver\Netwaw14 nt!PopRequestCompletion
Args: 00051100 00000001 00000001 00000002
 [N/A(0), N/A(0)]
            0  0 00000000 00000000 00000000-ffffcc81ffc49208    
 
Args: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
 
11: kd> !devstack ffffcc81fccea060
  !DevObj           !DrvObj            !DevExt           ObjectName
  ffffcc81f9c72de0  \Driver\Netwaw14   ffffcc81fd353a90  
  ffffcc81fca21e10  \Driver\ACPI       ffffcc81ecb188b0  
> ffffcc81fccea060  \Driver\pci        ffffcc81fccea1b0  NTPNP_PCI0024
!DevNode ffffcc81f96324a0 :
  DeviceInst is "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_272B&SUBSYS_00F48086&REV_1A\4&3261bca&0&00E5"
  ServiceName is "Netwaw14"
 
11: kd> !DevNode ffffcc81f96324a0
DevNode 0xffffcc81f96324a0 for PDO 0xffffcc81fccea060
  Parent 0xffffcc81f19b18a0   Sibling 0000000000   Child 0000000000   
  InstancePath is "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_272B&SUBSYS_00F48086&REV_1A\4&3261bca&0&00E5"
  ServiceName is "Netwaw14"
  State = DeviceNodeEnumeratePending (0x30e) @ 2024 Feb 12 20:25:26.738
  Previous State = DeviceNodeStarted (0x30a) @ 2024 Feb 09 19:32:37.229
  StateHistory[00] = DeviceNodeStarted (0x30a)
  StateHistory[19] = DeviceNodeEnumerateCompletion (0x30f)
  StateHistory[18] = DeviceNodeEnumeratePending (0x30e)
  StateHistory[17] = DeviceNodeStarted (0x30a)
  StateHistory[16] = DeviceNodeEnumerateCompletion (0x30f)
  StateHistory[15] = DeviceNodeEnumeratePending (0x30e)
  StateHistory[14] = DeviceNodeStarted (0x30a)
  StateHistory[13] = DeviceNodeStartPostWork (0x309)
  StateHistory[12] = DeviceNodeStartCompletion (0x308)
  StateHistory[11] = DeviceNodeStartPending (0x307)
  StateHistory[10] = DeviceNodeResourcesAssigned (0x306)
  StateHistory[09] = DeviceNodeDriversAdded (0x305)
  StateHistory[08] = DeviceNodeInitialized (0x304)
  StateHistory[07] = DeviceNodeUninitialized (0x301)
  StateHistory[06] = DeviceNodeRemoved (0x314)
  StateHistory[05] = DeviceNodeInitialized (0x304)
  StateHistory[04] = DeviceNodeAwaitingQueuedRemoval (0x311)
  StateHistory[03] = DeviceNodeInitialized (0x304)
  StateHistory[02] = DeviceNodeUninitialized (0x301)
  StateHistory[01] = DeviceNodeInitialized (0x304)
  Flags (0x6c000030)  DNF_ENUMERATED, DNF_IDS_QUERIED, 
                      DNF_NO_LOWER_DEVICE_FILTERS, DNF_NO_LOWER_CLASS_FILTERS, 
                      DNF_NO_UPPER_DEVICE_FILTERS, DNF_NO_UPPER_CLASS_FILTERS
  CapabilityFlags (0x00002000)  WakeFromD3
  ProblemLog[02] = clear CM_PROB_WILL_BE_REMOVED 0x00000000 @ 2024 Feb 08 20:11:02.315
  ProblemLog[01] = set CM_PROB_WILL_BE_REMOVED 0x00000000 @ 2024 Feb 08 20:11:02.315
  ProblemLog[00] = clear CM_PROB_NEED_CLASS_CONFIG 0x00000000 @ 2024 Feb 08 20:11:02.315
  ProblemLog[03] = set CM_PROB_NEED_CLASS_CONFIG 0x00000000 @ 2024 Feb 08 20:11:02.079
 
11: kd> !poaction
PopAction: fffff8035383c940
  State..........: 0 - Idle
  Updates........: 0 
  Action.........: None
  Lightest State.: Unspecified
  Flags..........: 10000003 QueryApps|UIAllowed
  Irp minor......: ??
  System State...: Unspecified
  Hiber Context..: 0000000000000000
 
Allocated power irps (PopIrpList - fffff8035383d130)
  IRP: ffffcc81f921c290 (set/D0,), PDO: ffffcc81fccea060, CURRENT: ffffcc81f9c72de0
  IRP: ffffcc82006719b0 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f6787520
  IRP: ffffcc81f19db290 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f4e5cbc0
  IRP: ffffcc82003dbc30 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f4dfade0
  IRP: ffffcc82066c0c30 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f19cb360
  IRP: ffffcc81ecaaf540 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f6789060
  IRP: ffffcc81fd5e5010 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f6789520
  IRP: ffffcc82007d0c30 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f19c1360
  IRP: ffffcc8204387c20 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f4dfab80
  IRP: ffffcc81f8fc5750 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f18e5360
  IRP: ffffcc8206a9cc20 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f18e3360
  IRP: ffffcc8206f47b20 (wait-wake/S4), PDO: ffffcc81f19cc060
  IRP: ffffcc8204f51b20 (wait-wake/S3), PDO: ffffcc81f67872c0
  IRP: ffffcc820523fb20 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f6788780
  IRP: ffffcc81fd59eb20 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f19bd0a0
  IRP: ffffcc82041a79e0 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f6b42c40
  IRP: ffffcc8207983b20 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f4e88bc0
  IRP: ffffcc81f9d5fb20 (wait-wake/S0), PDO: ffffcc81f18e7360
 
Irp worker threads (PopIrpThreadList - fffff8035383a080)
  THREAD: ffffcc81ecaee340 (static)
  THREAD: ffffcc81ecac12c0 (static)
 
Broadcast in progress: FALSE
Is Directed DRIPS Transition: FALSE
 
No Device State present
Transition Thread Stack:
Entry 1:
  - Process: 0x0
  - Recorded Time: 0x0
  - Callback: 0x0
  - Context: 0x0
 
00000000: Unable to get thread contents

 

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cnick6
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More debug info:  

 

11: kd> !pcitree
Bus 0x0 (FDO Ext ffffcc81f19ce920)
  (d=0,  f=0) 80864601 devext 0xffffcc81f18d54b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18d5360 0600 Bridge/HOST to PCI
  (d=2,  f=0) 808646a8 devext 0xffffcc81f18d74b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18d7360 0300 Display Controller/VGA
  (d=4,  f=0) 8086461d devext 0xffffcc81f18db4b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18db360 1180 Unknown Base Class/Unknown Sub Class
  (d=6,  f=0) 8086464d devext 0xffffcc81f18dd4b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18dd360 0604 Bridge/PCI to PCI
  Bus 0x1 (FDO Ext ffffcc81f18f0190)
    (d=0,  f=0) 15b75016 devext 0xffffcc81f18a61b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18a6060 0108 Mass Storage Controller/Unknown Sub Class
  (d=7,  f=0) 8086466e devext 0xffffcc81f19c14b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f19c1360 0604 Bridge/PCI to PCI
  Bus 0x2 (FDO Ext ffffcc81f47551d0)
    No devices have been enumerated on this bus.
  (d=8,  f=0) 8086464f devext 0xffffcc81f19c54b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f19c5360 0880 Base System Device/'Other' base system device
  (d=a,  f=0) 8086467d devext 0xffffcc81f19c74b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f19c7360 1180 Unknown Base Class/Unknown Sub Class
  (d=d,  f=0) 8086461e devext 0xffffcc81f19cb4b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f19cb360 0c03 Serial Bus Controller/USB
  (d=d,  f=2) 8086463e devext 0xffffcc81f18e34b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18e3360 0c03 Serial Bus Controller/USB
  (d=d,  f=3) 8086466d devext 0xffffcc81f18e54b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18e5360 0c03 Serial Bus Controller/USB
  (d=14, f=0) 808651ed devext 0xffffcc81f18e74b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18e7360 0c03 Serial Bus Controller/USB
  (d=14, f=2) 808651ef devext 0xffffcc81f18e94b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18e9360 0500 Memory Controller/RAM
  (d=15, f=0) 808651e8 devext 0xffffcc81f18eb4b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18eb360 0c80 Serial Bus Controller/Unknown Sub Class
  (d=15, f=2) 808651ea devext 0xffffcc81f18ed4b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18ed360 0c80 Serial Bus Controller/Unknown Sub Class
  (d=16, f=0) 808651e0 devext 0xffffcc81f18ef4b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18ef360 0780 Simple Serial Communications Controller/'Other'
  (d=1c, f=0) 808651b8 devext 0xffffcc81f188e4b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f188e360 0604 Bridge/PCI to PCI
  Bus 0x2c (FDO Ext ffffcc81f189b190)
    No devices have been enumerated on this bus.
  (d=1c, f=5) 808651bd devext 0xffffcc81f18924b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f1892360 0604 Bridge/PCI to PCI
  Bus 0x2d (FDO Ext ffffcc81f9614190)
    (d=0,  f=0) 8086272b devext 0xffffcc81fccea1b0 devstack 0xffffcc81fccea060 0280 Network Controller/'Other'
  (d=1f, f=0) 80865182 devext 0xffffcc81f18964b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f1896360 0601 Bridge/PCI to ISA
  (d=1f, f=3) 808651c8 devext 0xffffcc81f19bd1f0 devstack 0xffffcc81f19bd0a0 0401 Multimedia Device/Audio
  (d=1f, f=4) 808651a3 devext 0xffffcc81f18e11f0 devstack 0xffffcc81f18e10a0 0c05 Serial Bus Controller/Unknown Sub Class
  (d=1f, f=5) 808651a4 devext 0xffffcc81f188c1f0 devstack 0xffffcc81f188c0a0 0c80 Serial Bus Controller/Unknown Sub Class
  (d=1f, f=6) 80861a1f devext 0xffffcc81f19cc1b0 devstack 0xffffcc81f19cc060 0200 Network Controller/Ethernet
Total PCI Root busses processed = 1
Total PCI Segments processed = 1
 
11: kd> !devext ffffcc81fccea1b0
PDO Extension, Bus 0x2d, Device 0, Function 0.
  DevObj 0xffffcc81fccea060  Parent FDO DevExt 0xffffcc81f9614190
  Device State = PciStarted
  Vendor ID 8086 (INTEL CORPORATION)  Device ID 272B
  Subsystem Vendor ID 8086 (INTEL CORPORATION)  Subsystem ID 00F4
  Header Type 0, Class Base/Sub 02/80  (Network Controller/'Other')
  Programming Interface: 00, Revision: 1a, IntPin: 01, RawLine 00
  Possible Decodes ((cmd & 7) = 7): BMI
  Capabilities: Ptr=40, power msi msix express 
  Express capabilities: (OS controlled) ltr aer 
  Logical Device Power State: D0
  Device Wake Level:          D3
  WaitWakeIrp:                <none>
  Requirements:     Alignment Length    Minimum          Maximum
    BAR0    Mem:    00004000  00004000  0000000000000000 ffffffffffffffff
  Resources:        Start            Length
    BAR0    Mem:    00000000ae2fc000 00004000
  Interrupt Requirement:
    Line Based - Min Vector = 0x0, Max Vector = 0xffffffff
    Message Based: Type - Msi-X, 0x20 messages requested
  Interrupt Resource:    Type - MSI-X, 0x3 Messages Granted
 
  Config space access log: !pcicfglog 0xffffcc81fccea1b0
 
11: kd> !pcicfglog 0xffffcc81fccea1b0
  #             Time            CPU   Cid   Tid    F     Offset    Length       Data        Source
----  ------------------------  ----  ----  ----  ----  --------  --------  ------------  --------
0013     0x000000c3d45416c9     0002  0004  19732   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000400    pci!PciConnectDevice+0x70 (fffff803`576c52dc)
0014     0x000000c3d4541a15     0002  0004  19732   Wr    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciConnectDevice+0xaf (fffff803`576c531b)
0015     0x000000c3d4541db3     0002  0004  19732   Wr    0x0006    0x0002    0x0000f900    pci!PciConnectDevice+0xd1 (fffff803`576c533d)
0016     0x000000c3d4541e76     0002  0004  19732   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciDisableInterrupts+0x2c (fffff803`576c4c0c)
0017     0x000000c3d45421c5     0002  0004  19732   Wr    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciDisableInterrupts+0x4b (fffff803`576c4c2b)
0018     0x000000c3d4542577     0002  0004  19732   Rd    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000001f    pci!PciMaskMsiXInterrupt+0x3a (fffff803`576e729a)
0019     0x000000c3d45428cc     0002  0004  19732   Wr    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000001f    pci!PciMaskMsiXInterrupt+0x60 (fffff803`576e72c0)
0020     0x000000c3d4542c7e     0002  0004  19732   Rd    0x0052    0x0002    0x00000080    pci!PciMaskMsiInterrupt+0x2f (fffff803`576c6e93)
0021     0x000000c3d4542fd1     0002  0004  19732   Wr    0x0052    0x0002    0x00000080    pci!PciMaskMsiInterrupt+0x55 (fffff803`576c6eb9)
0022     0x000000c3d4543371     0002  0004  19732   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciProgramInterruptResource+0xb76c (fffff803`576cfb18)
0023     0x000000c3d4544165     0002  0004  19732   Rd    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000001f    pci!PciProgramMsiXInterrupt+0x111 (fffff803`576e7835)
0024     0x000000c3d4544188     0002  0004  19732   Wr    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000801f    pci!PciProgramMsiXInterrupt+0x131 (fffff803`576e7855)
0025     0x000000c3d4544239     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 2
..>>     0x000000c3d454464d     0002  0004  19732   Wr    0x0080    0x0002    0x00000142    pci!ExpressEnableDisableDownstreamLinkStatesForRetrain+0xb1 (fffff803`576d4025)
0026     0x000000c3d4556e2c     0010  0004  20828   Rd    0x0080    0x0004    0x10130142    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0027     0x000000c3d46d552b     0001  0004  15420   Rd    0x0080    0x0004    0x10130142    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0028     0x000000c3d49d47b2     0011  0004  6908   Rd    0x0080    0x0004    0x10130142    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0029     0x000000c3d4ab8508     0002  0004  20520   Rd    0x0068    0x0004    0x00000000    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0030     0x000000c3d532a8f4     0007  0004  17772   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!PciScanBus+0x293 (fffff803`5770d523)
0031     0x000000c3d532afba     0007  0004  17772   Rd    0x0002    0x0002    0x0000272b    pci!PciReadSlotIdData+0x1c3 (fffff803`576c5883)
0032     0x000000c3d532affd     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 7
..>>     0x000000c3d532ca85     0007  0004  17772   Rd    0x002e    0x0002    0x000000f4    pci!PciScanBus+0x293 (fffff803`5770d523)
0033     0x000000c3d8b55f7c     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 7
..>>     0x000000c3d8b5b7cd     0008  0004  20856   Rd    0x00b0    0x000c    0x801f0011    NDIS!NdisMGetBusData+0xa7 (fffff803`57f1bc47)
0034     0x000000c41930f9f1     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 2
..>>     0x000000c419311608     0000  4460  4744   Rd    0x0040    0x0002    0x00005001    NDIS!NdisMGetBusData+0xa7 (fffff803`57f1bc47)
0035     0x000000c419311e11     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 3
..>>     0x000000c4193125df     0001  4460  4744   Rd    0x0070    0x0002    0x0000b010    NDIS!NdisMGetBusData+0xa7 (fffff803`57f1bc47)
0036     0x000000c419312cc3     0003  4460  4744   Rd    0x00b0    0x0002    0x00000011    NDIS!NdisMGetBusData+0xa7 (fffff803`57f1bc47)
0037     0x000000c419313482     0011  4460  4744   Rd    0x00b0    0x000c    0x801f0011    NDIS!NdisMGetBusData+0xa7 (fffff803`57f1bc47)
0038     0x0000011aa8524f17     0005  0004  17200   Rd    0x0080    0x0004    0x10130142    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0039     0x0000011aa853b394     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciGetSaveRestoreData+0x2b (fffff803`576c7627)
0040     0x0000011aa853ba85     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x000c    0x0001    0x00000000    pci!PciGetSaveRestoreData+0x43 (fffff803`576c763f)
0041     0x0000011aa853ba99     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x000d    0x0001    0x00000000    pci!PciGetSaveRestoreData+0x56 (fffff803`576c7652)
0042     0x0000011aa853baac     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x003c    0x0001    0x00000000    pci!PciGetSaveRestoreData+0x69 (fffff803`576c7665)
0043     0x0000011aa853bacd     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!PciUpdateSaveRestoreData+0x6b (fffff803`576c369b)
0044     0x0000011aa853bb62     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0002    0x0002    0x0000272b    pci!PciReadSlotIdData+0x1c3 (fffff803`576c5883)
0045     0x0000011aa853bb94     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 7
..>>     0x0000011aa853c014     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x002e    0x0002    0x000000f4    pci!PciUpdateSaveRestoreData+0x6b (fffff803`576c369b)
0046     0x0000011aa853c047     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0078    0x0002    0x00002010    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0x77 (fffff803`576e278b)
0047     0x0000011aa853c05a     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0080    0x0002    0x00000142    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0xc2 (fffff803`576e27d6)
0048     0x0000011aa853c3a8     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x00a0    0x0002    0x00000004    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0xe6 (fffff803`576e27fa)
0049     0x0000011aa853c6f1     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0098    0x0002    0x00000410    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0x125 (fffff803`576e2839)
0050     0x0000011aa853ca40     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0198    0x0008    0x405e000f    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0x14f (fffff803`576e2863)
0051     0x0000011aa853d084     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0188    0x0008    0x19010018    pci!ExpressSaveLtrCapability+0x20 (fffff803`576eac18)
0052     0x0000011aa853d0a1     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x02b4    0x0004    0x00000401    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0x22a (fffff803`576e293e)
0053     0x0000011aa853d0b6     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0x28c (fffff803`576e29a0)
0054     0x0000011aa853d0e5     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0002    0x0002    0x0000272b    pci!PciReadSlotIdData+0x1c3 (fffff803`576c5883)
0055     0x0000011aa853d115     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 7
..>>     0x0000011aa853d593     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x002e    0x0002    0x000000f4    pci!ExpressSavePortRegisters+0x28c (fffff803`576e29a0)
0056     0x0000011aa853d5c4     0011  0004  10576   Wr    0x0098    0x0002    0x00000010    pci!PciPowerDownDevice+0xbaba (fffff803`576cf22a)
0057     0x0000011aa853d5fe     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciDisableInterrupts+0x2c (fffff803`576c4c0c)
0058     0x0000011aa853d611     0011  0004  10576   Wr    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciDisableInterrupts+0x4b (fffff803`576c4c2b)
0059     0x0000011aa853d9b1     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000801f    pci!PciMaskMsiXInterrupt+0x3a (fffff803`576e729a)
0060     0x0000011aa853d9c4     0011  0004  10576   Wr    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000001f    pci!PciMaskMsiXInterrupt+0x60 (fffff803`576e72c0)
0061     0x0000011aa853dd65     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0052    0x0002    0x00000080    pci!PciMaskMsiInterrupt+0x2f (fffff803`576c6e93)
0062     0x0000011aa853dd78     0011  0004  10576   Wr    0x0052    0x0002    0x00000080    pci!PciMaskMsiInterrupt+0x55 (fffff803`576c6eb9)
0063     0x0000011aa853e011     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciDisconnectDevice+0x75 (fffff803`576c6de5)
0064     0x0000011aa853e361     0011  0004  10576   Wr    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000400    pci!PciDisconnectDevice+0xca (fffff803`576c6e3a)
0065     0x0000011aa853e6ff     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x007a    0x0002    0x00000019    pci!ExpressCheckForPendingTransactions+0x26 (fffff803`576e1e8e)
0066     0x0000011aa853e713     0011  0004  10576   Rd    0x0040    0x0008    0xc9c35001    pci!PciSetHardwarePowerStatePreamble+0x32 (fffff803`576c4d9a)
0067     0x0000011aa853e7a7     0011  0004  10576   Wr    0x0044    0x0002    0x0000000b    pci!PciSetHardwarePowerStateDispatch+0x12c (fffff803`576c3f68)
0068     0x0000011aa85a0c8c     0007  0004  10576   Rd    0x0044    0x0002    0x0000000b    pci!PciStallForPowerChange+0x86 (fffff803`576c4cde)
0069     0x00000326b6ea1383     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!PciWaitOnDeviceCrs+0x3d (fffff803`576c2e25)
0070     0x00000326b6ea19c4     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!PciPowerUpDeviceTimerCallback+0xdb (fffff803`576c321b)
0071     0x00000326b6ea19f2     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0002    0x0002    0x0000272b    pci!PciReadSlotIdData+0x1c3 (fffff803`576c5883)
0072     0x00000326b6ea1a0d     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 7
..>>     0x00000326b6ea217a     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x002e    0x0002    0x000000f4    pci!PciPowerUpDeviceTimerCallback+0xdb (fffff803`576c321b)
0073     0x00000326b6ea27b0     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0040    0x0008    0xc9c35001    pci!PciSetHardwarePowerStatePreamble+0x32 (fffff803`576c4d9a)
0074     0x00000326b6ea2853     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0044    0x0002    0x00000008    pci!PciSetHardwarePowerStateDispatch+0x12c (fffff803`576c3f68)
0075     0x00000326b6ebc9f1     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!PciWaitOnDeviceCrs+0x3d (fffff803`576c2e25)
0076     0x00000326b6ebd5f4     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!PciPowerUpDeviceTimerCallback+0xdb (fffff803`576c321b)
0077     0x00000326b6ebdc51     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0002    0x0002    0x0000272b    pci!PciReadSlotIdData+0x1c3 (fffff803`576c5883)
0078     0x00000326b6ebdc7e     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 7
..>>     0x00000326b6ebdde4     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x002e    0x0002    0x000000f4    pci!PciPowerUpDeviceTimerCallback+0xdb (fffff803`576c321b)
0079     0x00000326b6ebde19     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0044    0x0002    0x00000008    pci!PciStallForPowerChange+0x86 (fffff803`576c4cde)
0080     0x00000326b6ebde50     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0010    0x0018    0xae2fc000    pci!PciType0_SetResources+0xab (fffff803`576c543b)
0081     0x00000326b6ebded8     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0030    0x0004    0x00000000    pci!PciType0_SetResources+0xd3 (fffff803`576c5463)
0082     0x00000326b6ebdeeb     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x003c    0x0001    0x00000000    pci!PciRestoreDeviceRegisters+0x39 (fffff803`576c6f01)
0083     0x00000326b6ebdeff     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x000c    0x0001    0x00000000    pci!PciRestoreDeviceRegisters+0x6b (fffff803`576c6f33)
0084     0x00000326b6ebe2a2     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x000d    0x0001    0x00000000    pci!PciRestoreDeviceRegisters+0x8d (fffff803`576c6f55)
0085     0x00000326b6ebe2d1     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000400    pci!PciRestoreDeviceRegisters+0xc3 (fffff803`576c6f8b)
0086     0x00000326b6ebe2fe     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0078    0x0002    0x00002010    pci!ExpressRestorePortRegisters+0x46 (fffff803`576e2142)
0087     0x00000326b6ebe32c     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0080    0x0002    0x00000142    pci!ExpressRestorePortRegisters+0x95 (fffff803`576e2191)
0088     0x00000326b6ebe35b     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x00a0    0x0002    0x00000004    pci!ExpressRestorePortRegisters+0xd5 (fffff803`576e21d1)
0089     0x00000326b6ebe38d     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x018c    0x0004    0x10031003    pci!ExpressRestorePortRegisters+0x138 (fffff803`576e2234)
0090     0x00000326b6ebe3b7     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0198    0x0008    0x405e000f    pci!ExpressRestorePortRegisters+0x164 (fffff803`576e2260)
0091     0x00000326b6ebe3d0     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0098    0x0002    0x00000410    pci!ExpressRestorePortRegisters+0x187 (fffff803`576e2283)
0092     0x00000326b6ebe774     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x02b4    0x0004    0x00000401    pci!ExpressRestorePortRegisters+0x27c (fffff803`576e2378)
0093     0x00000326b6ebe789     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000400    pci!PciConnectDevice+0x70 (fffff803`576c52dc)
0094     0x00000326b6ebea01     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciConnectDevice+0xaf (fffff803`576c531b)
0095     0x00000326b6ebeda3     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0006    0x0002    0x0000f900    pci!PciConnectDevice+0xd1 (fffff803`576c533d)
0096     0x00000326b6ebee0d     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciDisableInterrupts+0x2c (fffff803`576c4c0c)
0097     0x00000326b6ebf144     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciDisableInterrupts+0x4b (fffff803`576c4c2b)
0098     0x00000326b6ebf4e3     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000001f    pci!PciMaskMsiXInterrupt+0x3a (fffff803`576e729a)
0099     0x00000326b6ebf4f6     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000001f    pci!PciMaskMsiXInterrupt+0x60 (fffff803`576e72c0)
0000     0x00000326b6ebf89b     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0052    0x0002    0x00000080    pci!PciMaskMsiInterrupt+0x2f (fffff803`576c6e93)
0001     0x00000326b6ebf8ae     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0052    0x0002    0x00000080    pci!PciMaskMsiInterrupt+0x55 (fffff803`576c6eb9)
0002     0x00000326b6ebfb29     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x0004    0x0002    0x00000406    pci!PciProgramInterruptResource+0xb76c (fffff803`576cfb18)
0003     0x00000326b6ec0726     0000  0000  0000   Rd    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000001f    pci!PciProgramMsiXInterrupt+0x111 (fffff803`576e7835)
0004     0x00000326b6ec073b     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x00b2    0x0002    0x0000801f    pci!PciProgramMsiXInterrupt+0x131 (fffff803`576e7855)
0005     0x00000326b6ec0765     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 2
..>>     0x00000326b6ec0a34     0000  0000  0000   Wr    0x0080    0x0002    0x00000142    pci!ExpressEnableDisableDownstreamLinkStatesForRetrain+0xb1 (fffff803`576d4025)
0006     0x00000326b6f2ff80     0010  0004  9916   Rd    0x0080    0x0004    0x10130142    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0007     0x00000326b70b293a     0004  0004  15856   Rd    0x0080    0x0004    0x10130142    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0008     0x00000326b74071b2     0004  0004  19856   Rd    0x0080    0x0004    0x10130142    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0009     0x00000326b74e5ac2     0002  0004  19856   Rd    0x0068    0x0004    0x00000000    Netwaw14+0x15d931 (fffff803`6f23d931)
0010     0x00000326b77663f6     0009  0004  1080   Rd    0x0000    0x0002    0x00008086    pci!PciScanBus+0x293 (fffff803`5770d523)
0011     0x00000326b7766a4d     0009  0004  1080   Rd    0x0002    0x0002    0x0000272b    pci!PciReadSlotIdData+0x1c3 (fffff803`576c5883)
0012     0x00000326b7766a80     ----  ----  ----   --    ------    ------    ----------    Count: 7
..>>     0x00000326b7766de1     0009  0004  1080   Rd    0x002e    0x0002    0x000000f4    pci!PciScanBus+0x293 (fffff803`5770d523)
 
11: kd> !devstack ffffcc81fccea060
  !DevObj           !DrvObj            !DevExt           ObjectName
  ffffcc81f9c72de0  \Driver\Netwaw14   ffffcc81fd353a90  
  ffffcc81fca21e10  \Driver\ACPI       ffffcc81ecb188b0  
> ffffcc81fccea060  \Driver\pci        ffffcc81fccea1b0  NTPNP_PCI0024
!DevNode ffffcc81f96324a0 :
  DeviceInst is "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_272B&SUBSYS_00F48086&REV_1A\4&3261bca&0&00E5"
  ServiceName is "Netwaw14"

 

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Hmm if that is the case probably re updating the IME and Chipset drivers are update just to make sure the the mobo recognizes the card  fully and as for the driver, probably try doing a full clean reinstallation of the driver since the Lenovo wireless driver could be still present in the system which can cause the delay. 

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cnick6
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FWIW, I am still seeing this Bugcheck x9F with the latest Win11 updates and the latest WiFi driver (23.30) -- but it is possibly due to the fact that WiFi-7 support isn't fully implemented in the released Win11 builds.   

 

Oddly, this crash happens only upon first power on just prior to the logon screen.  After the initial crash however, the system seems perfectly stable.

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